Inspiration: Altered Book Artists Round Up Part 2

The round up continues with more of artists working in altered books that I’ve come across over the years. Be sure to follow the links to their websites to learn more about each artist.

Guy Laramee

Guy Laramee carves stunningly detailed landscapes from stacks of books.

Isaac Salazar

Isaac Salazar uses math and an exacto knife to create intricate text-based designs.

Robert The

Robert The “lovingly vandalises books back to life” by precision cutting shapes such as guns, and insects from books.

Thomas Allen

Thomas Allen cuts and creases the covers of vintage paperbacks to create three-dimensional tableaux, which he then photographs.

Veronika Anita Teuber

Veronika Anita Teuber takes the books she has read and seals them in paint and beeswax.

Casey Curran

Casey Curran creates amazing kinetic sculpture from books, wire, wood, and rope.

There are more artists working in altered books beyond the ones I’ve listed here, but these are some of my favorites. If you’ve come across book-related art you’d like to share, please do leave a comment.

4 thoughts on “Inspiration: Altered Book Artists Round Up Part 2

  1. Roberta says:

    These are all so amazing; as are the ones in the first post. That anyone can even conceive of these yet alone implement then is incredible.

    • Rachael says:

      That’s exactly how I feel about this work. It really inspires me to push myself further with my own style of altered books.

    • Rachael says:

      You’re welcome. Her work is seriously amazing. I keep trying to figure out if I can add moving parts to my own book work.

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